The Cloud Storage Definitions must have been created beforehand. Predefined Cloud
Storage Definitions are available for several cloud storage providers, for example
Dropbox or Egnyte.
You define the settings to encrypt cloud storage data in a policy of the type
In the Policies navigation area, create a new policy of
the type Device Protection.
Select a Cloud Storage Definition as a target.
Click OK. The new policy is displayed in the navigation
window below Policy Items. In the action area, all
settings for the Device Protection policy are displayed
and can be changed.
For the Media encryption mode setting select
File-based. Volume-based encryption is not
Under Algorithm to be used for encryption select the
algorithm to be used for encrypting the data in the synchronization folders
defined in the CSD.
Settings Key to be used for encryption and
Defined key for encryption are used to define the key
or the keys that shall be used for encryption. For further information, see
If you activate the Copy SG Portable to target setting,
SafeGuard Portable is copied to each synchronization folder as soon as content
is written to it. SafeGuard Portable is an application that can be used to read
encrypted files on Windows computers that do not have SafeGuard Enterprise
To share encrypted data stored in the cloud with users that do not have
SafeGuard Enterprise installed, users should be allowed to create local
keys, see Local keys
The Plaintext folder setting allows you to define a
folder that will be excluded from encryption. Data stored in subfolders of the
defined plaintext folder will also be excluded from encryption. SafeGuard Cloud
Storage automatically creates empty plaintext folders in all synchronization folders
defined in the Cloud Storage Definition.